In the end Amelia arrived six weeks early by emergency Cesarean. Weighing just 4lbs 15oz, she spent two weeks in an incubator before going home.
"I'm thrilled to have Amelia," said Kelly, a former gynaecology nurse. "But there will always be a place in my heart for the babies I never knew."
Already this yummy is fantasizing about all those bucket-list reads on my Kobo. But after a few days, I'm sure the novelty would have worn off and I'd be itching to get out and about. Could you cope with being confined to bed like this mom?
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"I'm just so overwhelmed and thankful for everybody's support," said Aragon whose life reads like a fairy tale since she posted the cover.
Gaga herself not only raved on Twitter about Aragon's performance, she invited the girl to a duet in Toronto. Aragon went on to sing the national anthem at Ottawa's Canada Day celebrations. She has recorded and released an album in the Philippines, appeared in U.S. talk shows and a Gap commercial to name a few.
Do you remember that God-awful mushroom cut Meryl Streep sported when she played the mom who swore her missing baby was gobbled up by a dingo in the Australian outback? A Cry in the Dark, for sure.
Even though the movie earned Meryl an Oscar nod, for Lindy Chamberlain it was real life, and nothing short of living hell. Convicted of murder, she served four years in prison before the ruling was overturned.
Now, 30 years on, the father of Azaria Chamberlain feels confident that a new inquiry into her disappearance will officially rule that a dingo was to blame.
On 17 August 1980, nine-week-old Azaria Chamberlain was snatched from a campsite near Uluru (Ayers Rock), allegedly by the wild Australian dog. The case had the nation divided, with many believing the baby was murdered by her mother.
In February, according to Northern Territory coroner Elizabeth Morris, a fourth inquest into the tragedy will review the 1995 inquest which failed to determine a cause of death. Although previous inquiries showed no dingoes ever attacking children, several incidents of children being mauled have been recorded on Fraser Island, the last wild habitat of purebred dingoes.